Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs

The Ministry is responsible for labour market policy, the working environment, pensions and welfare policy.

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Portrett av Anniken Hauglie

High safety level on the Norwegian Shelf

Both the authorities and the social partners agree that the safety level on the Norwegian Shelf is high, and that a positive development has taken place over time. "But we have seen signals indicating that cooperation between the parties has come under pressure, and the Petroleum Safety Authority must use all the instruments at its disposal when necessary," says Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Anniken Hauglie.

Ådne Cappelen mot blå bakgrunn.

The Basis for Wage Settlements in 2018 Preliminary Report

Press release from the Norwegian Technical Calculation Committee for Wage Settlements: Preliminary Report 2018

Fra venstre: Arbeids- og sosialminister Anniken Hauglie, finansminister Siv Jensen, statsminister Erna Solberg, adm.dir. i NHO Kristin Skogen Lund, LO-leder Gerd Kristiansen på pressemøte i statsministerboligen.

Revised strategy for combating work-related crime

Work-related crime is a growing challenge involving serious consequences both for workers and undertakings and for society as a whole. The government presented its revised strategy for combating work-related crime February 13th 2017.

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Letter of formal notice to Norway concerning posting of workers – status report

2017-04-07: The social partners are currently working to find solutions on coverage of costs for travel, board and lodging in the regulations on general application of collective agreements. The Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs has informed the Authority about this in a letter April 7 2017.

Revised strategy for combating work-related crime

2017-03-29: Work-related crime is a growing challenge involving serious consequences both for workers and undertakings and for society as a whole. The government presented its revised strategy for combating work-related crime February 13th 2017.

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Phone: +47 22 24 90 90
Address: Postboks 8019 Dep, 0030 Oslo
Visitor address: Akersgata 64, 0180 Oslo

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